Toenail fungus can be a real source of embarrassment and shame. We’re happy to offer a way to treat this condition that is a great alternative to oral medication.
Leesburg, VA (PRWEB) November 26, 2011
Kim Marinetto, RN, Master Aesthetician and co-owner at AVIE! MedSpa and Laser Center in Leesburg, VA, reports that her clients are quickly making ClearToe Laser Treatment a popular choice. Avie!’s ClearToe laser treatment is non-invasive, painless and effective in treating the hard-to-treat toenail fungus that can result in thickened and discolored nails. A typical treatment regimen requires just two visits.
“Many clients tell us they are relieved that there is an alternative to the medication which has traditionally been prescribed to treat this hard to cure problem,” says Dr. Betsy Vasquez, AVIE!’s Medical Director. “The medication has to be taken for an extended time, and some people will not or cannot take it.” ClearToe Laser Treatment to remove nail fungus is safe and painless, using laser energy to destroy the pathogens embedded under the toenails that cause fungus. During the treatment, the laser light gently passes through the toenail causing no damage to the actual nail or surrounding skin.
The patented ClearToe laser is designed to safely and painlessly kill the organisms in the nail that cause onychomycosis (more commonly known as toenail fungus). In most cases, the fungus on and under nails is completely cured. Each treatment takes up to 30 minutes and the patient will be able to walk out of the office without any discomfort. On average, a toenail will replace itself every 6 to 9 months, while healthy new growth will be visible within the first 3 to 6 months.
“ClearToe is a great treatment option for the winter,” explains Kim Marinetto. “By the time it takes to complete your ClearToe sessions and for the toe nail to grow out, the warm weather will already be here. For women this means open toe shoes, sandals and pedicures. Toenail fungus can be a real source of embarrassment and shame. We’re happy to offer a way to treat this condition that is a great alternative to oral medication.”
For more information on ClearToe Laser Treatment please call Avie! at 703.737.0197 or visit http://www.aviemedspa.com.
About AVIE! Medspa & Laser Center
AVIE! Medspa & Laser Center offers the latest in cosmetic medical spa treatments in a relaxing spa environment in Leesburg, VA. Spa Director and Owner, Kim Marinetto, RN and Master Aesthetician, in conjunction with Medical Director and Co-owner, Betsy Vasquez, MD, FACS and their highly skilled team provide specialized medspa programs so each of their client's needs are addressed on an individual basis with personalized follow-ups. Their treatments have minimal to no downtime. Services include: ProLipo™ Laser Liposuction, Botox®, Juvederm®, Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels, Micro Laser Peels, Photo Facials, Skin Tightening, Pro Fractional Skin Resurfacing, Laser Hair Removal, Clinical Facials with Professional Skin Analysis and Medically Supervised Weight Loss. AVIE! also carries physician level skin care and make-up, as well as offering gift certificates for special occasions. Consultations are complimentary, and financing is available. For more information please call 703-737-0197 or visit http://www.aviemedspa.com.
About Kim Marinetto, RN & Master Aesthetician
Kim Marinetto has over 20 years of experience as a Registered Nurse, and in the past 5 years has focused her practice on cosmetic medicine, adding to her credentials a Medical Aesthetician Certification in 2006, along with additional certifications in Botox Cosmetic, Facial Fillers, Sclerotherapy and various advanced laser systems. Kim is a certified Master Aesthetician and is licensed with the state of Virginia. Additionally, Kim has done extensive training on laser technology and her coursework is recognized by the AMA.
About Betsy Vasquez, MD
Dr. Vasquez graduated cum laude from Princeton University in New Jersey and received her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York in 1986. She completed her residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, DC in 1992.